28 Sep, 2010, Ludwig wrote in the 1st comment:
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No, it doesn't exist. I'm wondering how difficult it would be to make a Firefox add-on like that. If ChatZilla can connect us to IRC, then surely the same can be done for the super simple telnet muds. Right?
28 Sep, 2010, Rudha wrote in the 2nd comment:
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IRE did something similar; you can login to the mud to read news, send messages etc. But you cant actually play.

15 Dec, 2010, plamzi wrote in the 3rd comment:
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A sustained client-side telnet connection from inside a browser is not trivial.

Recently, Flash added support for independent socket connections, which made it possible to create Flash telnet apps like fmud. This clears a major hurdle on the way of MUD clients integrated into webpages.

A few days ago, I built a barebones telnet API using Flash AS3, which communicates information to and from javascript. The package contains an HTML wrapper which shows how you can have a basic telnet UI with ANSI colors.

Flash is more common and easier to install than FF + an addon (I think). I'm looking forward to the directions this will take us.